Discover How to Grow Your Own Source of Vitamins, Fiber, Proteins and More
Sprouts not only taste good, but they are also a great source of vitamins, fiber, protein, anti-oxidants, and enzymes. A sprout is produced when a seed starts growing into a vegetable. Sprouts can grow from the seeds of vegetables, from grains...
Holistic Junction's Featured School of the Week: Massage Therapy Training Institute
Looking for an alternative and quality education program? Holistic Junction is delighted to present Massage Therapy Training Institute as the featured school of the week. The Massage Therapy Training Institute exemplifies its high standards...
Search Engines 101 - Search Engines Explained
What Are Search Engines?
A search engine is a database system designed to index and categorize internet addresses, otherwise known as URLs (for example, http://www.submittoday.com ).
There are four basic types of search engines:
Ten Steps To A Well Optimized Website - Step 7: Website Submissions
Welcome to part seven in this ten-part search engine positioning series. Last week we discussed the importance of human testing. In part seven we will cover the best practices of website submissions, where to submit your website to, and how to...
Build Your Site’s Link Value
Link Value is the perceived value another site will derive from linking to you. The more value they see, the more likely they will be to link.
At its basic level, the most immediate value most sites see is a reciprocal link. “You link to me...
Dear Bill Gates, You Clever Fox
Dear Bill Gates.
You did it. You casually left a live grenade at the Grand Charity Gala and walked out of the room to see if anybody, especially Google, will notice.
Once again, you have created an innovation in marketing that is poised...
Your Results for Web Site Marketing Strategy is below:
Surefire Ways to Attain Moneymaking Success
You have probably heard other people say that "Money isn't everything" or "Money can't buy happiness." They may be right in some aspects; but it's not just about the money. It's about having an ideal lifestyle - being able to have control...
How We Eluded The Bear Of 2000
The date October 13, 2000 will forever be embedded in my mind. It was the day after our mutual fund trend tracking indicator had broken its long-term trend line and I sold 100% of my clients’ invested positions (and my own) and moved the...
You can turn your idea into an invention
Ever wonder who first thought of the microwave, or whose
idea it was to use a keyless entry on a car? Someone had to
have an idea and turn that idea into an invention. People
have ideas, every day. The thing to do is present those ...
The Wonders of Compound Interest
Albert Einstein called compound interest “the greatest invention of all time.” It has even been referred to as the “Eighth Wonder of the World.” The trick is to get this tremendous force working for you rather than against you. Is compound...
How to Shop Around for the Cheapest Mortgage Rates and deals Online
Before you start shopping around for a mortgage, you need to establish exactly what you want so that you do not waste your time looking at deals that will not save you money. You should also learn how to compare mortgages or choose what features of...
How to Sell Your Products Without Competition
Selling your products at shows can be difficult when you have a lot of competition. Although some show organizers are careful to have a good mix of vendors, it's not uncommon for other shows to have 20% or more of the booths filled with vendors in...
Winning the Traffic Exchange Game
Winning the traffic exchange game can be done. I was just starting out online and had no money so I was looking for a free way to drive traffic to my site. That is when I first found traffic exchanges. I found the concept to be great and signed...
Looong and boooring Sales letters.
Looong and boooring Sales letters.
You have all seen them,the sales letters that never ends.
They go on and on about how this product can do this and that.
The product can often be very good and have all the features
you are looking...
Loyalty Programs May Keep Customers Coming Back – But First You’ve Got to Earn their Trust
Remember trading stamps? If you’re over 40, chances are you will. Every time you shopped at a participating grocery store or gas station they gave you stamps to paste into a book. When you’d accumulated enough stamps, you could cash them in for...